nicole: breaking news a brand-new foxbusiness poll shows ted cruz feeding donald trump in wisconsin by 10 points and bernie sanders and hillary clinton. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am the corporate leaders, donald trump pays a visit to the head of the republican party to talk about unity. a lot of details. lauren: investors starting the new quarter with focus on the critical marques jobs report, and of that report doubt futures down 25 points, nasdaq down 13. nicole: japan's exports since stock stumbling, the nikkei
dropped 3.5%. in china the shanghai composite was up. >> oil prices jumped 3.5% yesterday, let's see where oil is starting the month, that is down $.11. nicole: for the second day in a row tornadoes ripped through the south. we have the damage in mississippi and alabama. nicole: marriott beat back a chinese company in a bidding war. we have a reaction. lauren: the final four set to begin tomorrow, gw took home the big title in the associated press hands out the top coach award. that and more coming up. it is 6:01 in the morning. it is april fools' day, did we confuse you? welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead.
nicole: a new fox poll finds ted cruz leading the way in wisconsin. 42 republican delegates, the poll shows bernie sanders is ahead of hillary clinton in the state's democratic party. blake berman has details from wisconsin. >> ted cruz's momentum is continuing according to our foxbusiness network paul, ted cruz has the backing of 42% of republicans, 10 points clear of donald trump. john kasich lags behind was 19. at the 56th annual farm show, the state's agricultural communities told us they are looking for someone who can bring about change. >> everyone is looking for some kind of change, hard to decide what direction it should be in. >> we need a change, a stirring up. i like a stirring up. >> on the democratic side bernie
sanders in front of hillary clinton by 5 points, 48-43. wisconsin is an open primary state meaning there could be party crossover for both sides on election day. i will send it back to you in new york. nicole: tune into foxbusiness for special coverage of the wisconsin primary next tuesday starting at 8:00 pm eastern right here on the foxbusiness network. donald trump meeting privately with republican national committee chairman. >> it was a very good meeting. they are very good people, a terrific meeting. really a unity meeting. they wanted to discuss unity and i like discussing unity too. >> all three candidates backed away from their pledge to support the eventual nominee.
>> i am not worried in regard to supporting the eventual nominee or the party. they have all agreed to that. in one case signing a data agreement. they won't get the data and tools of the rnc and run to be our nominee and tell me they won't support the party. it doesn't work that way. nicole: the selection of delegates is becoming very intense as the party is going to an open convention. >> on the democratic side the crucial wisconsin primary just days away the clinton campaign focusing on her adopted home state of new york, bernie sanders campaigning in pennsylvania which has 190 delegates. and henry has the latest. >> it was supposed to be a slamdunk for bill clinton, labor crowd in new york fired up to hear his positive case for hillary clinton. instead out of nowhere near the top of his speech launched an aggressive defense over his wife
over and ghazi. >> there were security problems, no secretary of state was ever made security decisions ever. for 11 hours she stood down that special committee and showed why she ought to be president of the united states. >> reporter: the clintons may be feeling at the, james comey is wrapping up the investigation, that comes as a new quinnipiac poll shows despite the fact she represented new york in the senate for eight years, clinton is leading bernie sanders by 12 points in the empire state ahead of its april 19th primary with 247 delegates at stake. for sanders after winning six of the last seven contests he comes to keep his momentum going with a win in wisconsin. a new poll showing sanders leads clinton 49% to 45%, virtual dead
heat. in a sign of how the large cash reserve is allowing sanders to play in more places it was pressing clinton in pennsylvania which does not vote until april 26th. >> if you get paid 2 $50,000 a speech it must be an extraordinary, mind blowing, earth shattering speech. >> reporter: hillary clinton lost her cool at the end of the campaign event when a sanders supporter pressed her about campaign donations from fossil fuel companies. clinton lashed out saying she is sick of the sanders campaign lying about her. nicole: thanks. wild weather in the south, tornadoes hit alabama, louisiana and mississippi. emergency officials in alabama say one tornado touched down in the northern part of the state and another in the central region, no word anyone was hurt but a dozen homes were damaged near newhope, mississippi near
the alabama state line, 2,000 homes without power. the national weather service confirms two tornadoes touched down in southeastern louisiana. lauren: investigators looking for answers after a man shot and killed a state trooper at a bus station in richmond, virginia. and spoken briefly to men. and shot chad multiple times, firing his weapon is two other state police troopers returned. neil: lauren: two were wounded, they are expected to survive. nicole: the most closely watched economic report of the month is expected, the march jobs report seeing a solid month of gains and expected to increase
compared to 242,000 in february, the unemployment rate holding steady at the eight year low of 4.9%. wages expected to increase 2%, a slight decline in february. "mornings with maria" will have coverage and analysis starting at 8 am eastern on the foxbusiness network. it is a new month and the new quarter for investors. let's get you caught up on global market action, japan had week manufacturing numbers, china had good manufacturing numbers, china gained 0.2%, japan pulled back, the nikkei down 3.5%. the hang seng and cosby on the ground. lauren: to the downside, the ftse in london is down 1%, the cac in paris down 1/3% and the dax in germany done 1/3%. lauren: we saw very narrow trading range for the stock market, 86 points, the most narrow day of the year on the jobs report.
here's a look at the futures, the s&p down 3. nicole: oil and gold are both lower. oil is down $.11, 23 scented barrel, gold is down fractionally to 1234 and announce. nicole: you see the japanese yen and the euro stronger against the us dollar, that is the trend. lauren: the yield on the ten year treasury 1.80%. nicole: tune into wall street week on foxbusiness, you will hear thoughts on the 2016 presidential election. >> the last 110 years the united states, the market has gone from 60 to 17,000, essentially we had some good and bad. the american system of allocating capital will prevail no matter who is president and will flourish with a different
attitude towards capitalism and the free market system. nicole: that and more on wall street week, 8:00 pm eastern time on the foxbusiness network. nicole: marriott has won the bidding war to buy starwood after they dropped a $14 billion bid. marriott's offer was $13.6 billion before being tipped by on bank, the failure to complete the deal could reflect purely on future overseas dealmaking by chinese company, starwood shares fell 4%, starwood brands include w hotels, marriott has ritz-carlton, courtyard by marriott and the residence inn, together this chain, many brands, more than 1 million rooms. nicole: a big victory for minimum-wage workers in california. who will soon be taking home the highest wage in the country. state lawmakers approving an unprecedented $15 an hour by the year 2022 which will be signed
into law on monday. taxpayers will feel the strain shouldering an extra $3.6 billion a year to cover wages for minimum-wage government employees. nicole: is krispy kreme giving away free doughnuts today or is it a prank? krispy kreme announced they are giving away a glazed donut to anyone who shows up this april 1st. their promotion celebrate the doughnut harvest as a tongue in cheek story about the mild winter leading to a great doughnut crop. fans are skeptical, the company assures us it is legit but so many locations not participating in this giveaway but if you find a participating krispy kreme you can get a free glazed doughnut, maybe two, one for everybody else. nicole: world leaders meet to talk about keeping nuclear material out of the hands of isis terrorists. >> we are committed to working
together on combating isil. nicole: we will tell you if there is anything they can do. tornadoes ripped through, maria molina will give us weather updates and the weekend forecast as well. let's check out stock market futures, dow futures down, nasdaq futures down 10, you are watching charles: -- "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning market and breaking news. when you think about success, what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student? is it one day giving your daughter the opportunity she deserves?
nicole: let's get you caught up on what is happening now. a new foxbusiness poll showed donald trump trailing in wisconsin before the primary, ted cruz leads donald trump by 10 percentage points 42-32, john kasich is third with 19%. new foxbusiness poll shows bernie sanders leading hillary clinton 48% to 43%. the race for the democratic nomination in wisconsin. tornadoes touched down in alabama, louisiana and mississippi, no reports of injuries but at least a dozen homes were damaged. let's check stock market futures, april traditionally a
great month on wall street. dow futures looking down 19, nasdaq down 10, that is what is happening over the line. lauren: leaders will focus on isis and potential of the terrorist group getting their hands on nuclear weapons. >> keeping nuclear weapons and materials out of the hands of terrorists is a high priority for leaders meeting in washington especially because of the recent isis attacks in paris and brussels which have shown isis is capable of mass attacks in large urban areas. last week leaders agreed to at a special meeting on fighting isis including keeping it from obtaining nuclear weapons. >> we are committed to working
together on combating isil. it is neil of this nuclear security summit there will be international focus on what steps need to be taken in light of the terrible tragedy that took place in brussels. >> reporter: there are new warning signs of isis efforts to obtain nuclear weapons and materials most recently in belgium where investigators found video of a high-ranking belgian nuclear official tapes by isis operatives. theere at this summit one tighter security and control of nuclear materials, there have been 2700 reports of missing nuclear and radioactive materials over the last two decades, smaller countries are expected to announce new efforts at protecting materials but it is unclear as russia has boycotted the meeting saying it didn't see any value in coming and wants to work on the matter in other forms.
russia controls half of the world's nuclear stockpile. nicole: brussels airport believed say 50 isis sympathizers are currently working as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff in the brussels airport. information follows reports that two of last week's bombers, cleaners at the airport and airport police are threatening to go on strike citing security problems and possibility the terrorists could be scouting the airport for another attack. nicole: coming up it was not a stunt. up in flames. we will show you more video of a 911 turbo going up in flames. in sports with the final four
set to begin tomorrow, they wrapped up last night, gw took on the title in the associated press and handed out top college player and top coach awards. all that and more coming up this friday morning, april 1st, april fools' day but stock futures down 24 points, s&p futures down, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning market and breaking news. you shouldn't have to go far
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the luxury sports car burst into flames in a special event yesterday caused by an electrical fire, workers used fire extinguishers to put out the flames and no one was hurt in the incident. nicole: at the javits center, my family enjoyed it. now let's look at the latest from the world of sports, the ncaa final four, national invitation tournament wrapped up last night, george washington won the first championship 76-60 at madison square garden, set a school record for wins in a season, 28. congratulations lauren simonetti. florida gulf coast university will play south dakota for the title tomorrow. the associated press top honors in college basketball were handed out yesterday in houston ahead of the final four.
the ap player of the year, edging out oklahoma by three votes, valentines is the first player to win the award. lebron james moving up the nba list, 24 points moving to 12th pl. and numb 107-87 last night. and in the first quarter, james now has 26,00689 career points and lebron james, 11th pl. in atlanta. lauren: at yankee stadium connoisseurs of ballpark food, 20 new items to try and alka-seltzer to buy. how about a two foot cheesesteak
topped with american cheese and cheese whiz and cost $27. then two burgers and onion rings with grilled cheese sandwiches and the bun. how do you eat that? the barnyard wedding, topped with fried chicken and hashbrowns with barbecue sauce and cheddar cheese. they sound good but my stomach hurts already. yankee stadium. nicole: now too extreme weather, 32 million americans are in the path of dangerous storms, tornadoes, hail and pounding rain from the gulf coast to the midwest. maria molina is here with more. maria: multiple reports of tornadoes across the
southeastern us, some of the reports out here as the storms roll through pushing eastward even into the nighttime hours so a very dangerous night across parts of the southeast and a massive storm system bringing rain and showers all the way to parts of the northeast and extending to the southeast, and storms occurring out here, the threat yet again for additional storms from the northeast to the northeast over to you. nicole: ted cruz and bernie sanders running away in the wisconsin primary. nicole: we have the latest from the campaign trail. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning market and breaking news.
nicole: brand-new foxbusiness poll shows ted cruz beating donald trump in wisconsin by 10 points, bernie sanders tops hillary clinton. i am nickel penalties. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. donald trump meets with the head of the republican party to talk about unity. nicole: investors start a new quarter focusing on critical march jobs. let's check out stock market futures, we see dow futures down 27 points, s&p down four.
lauren: stronger japanese yen sent stocks tumbling, the nikkei down 3.5%. in china the shanghai composite pushing up slightly. nicole: after oil prices jumped 3.5% let's check where crude oil is starting a brand-new month, 3819, half of 1%. lauren: tornadoes ripping through the south, we have the damage in mississippi and alabama. nicole: a chinese firm was bidding for the giant starwood hotel, we have reaction for you. lauren: the final four begin tomorrow, gw took it home and handed out top college player and top coach awards, all that and more coming out. lauren: on friday, april 1st, april fools' day. welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at the latest breaking news. a new foxbusiness poll shows ted
cruz leading the gop race in wisconsin, the winner take all state offers 42 republican delegates. the fbn poll shows bernie sanders ahead of hillary clinton in the state's democratic primary. blake berman has the details in wisconsin. >> reporter: ted cruz's momentum appears to be continuing according to our foxbusiness network poll. ted cruz has the backing of 42% of republicans in the badger state, 10 points clear of donald trump, john kasich lagged behind with 19. at the 56th annual farm show in oshkosh, those in the agricultural community told us they are looking for someone who can bring about change. >> everyone is looking for some kind of change. hard to see what direction it should be. >> we need a change, a stirring up. >> reporter: on the democratic side, bernie sanders on top of hillary clinton by 5 points,
48-43. wisconsin is an open primary state meaning there could be party crossover for both sides on election day. i will send it back to you in new york. >> tune into special coverage of the wisconsin primary at 8:00 pm eastern on the foxbusiness network. nicole: donald trump meeting with republican national committee chairman. >> it was a very good meeting. they were very good people, a terrific meeting, really a unity meeting. they wanted to discuss unity. i like discussing unity too. nicole: this meeting comes after all three candidates backed away from the pledge to support the eventual nominee. >> not really worried in support of the eventual nominee or the
party, they all agreed to that by virtue of in one case signing the data agreement, they won't get the data and the tools of the rnc and run to be the nominee and tell me they are not going to support the party. it doesn't work that way. nicole: the selection of delegates is becoming very intense as the party is going to potentially open contention. lauren: with the crucial wisconsin primary days away the clinton campaign focusing on her adopted home state of new york. in pennsylvania nearly 190 delegates, fox news's it henry with the latest. >> it was supposed to be a slamdunk for bill clinton, labor union crowd in new york fired up to hear his positive case for hillary clinton. instead the former president out of nowhere near the top of his speech launched an aggressive defense of his wife over benghazi.
>> there were security problems, 29 recommendations to fix them, they were not her fault because no secretary of state has ever made security decisions ever. for 11 hours she stood down that special committee and showed why she ought to be president of the united states. >> reporter: the clintons may be feeling at the on a number of fronts amid multiple reports fbi director james comey is wrapping up his investigation over an email server and the agency closing in on interviewing the candidate herself as a quinnipiac poll shows despite the fact she represented new york in the senate for eight years, clinton is leading bernie sanders by 12 points ahead of its april 19th primary, delegates at stake. after six of the last seven contest he comes to keep his momentum going next tuesday in wisconsin. a new poll showing sanders leads clinton 40% to 45%, virtual dead heat. the cash reserve is allowing sanders to play in more places,
already pressing clinton in pennsylvania which does not vote until april 26th. >> if you get paid 2 $50,000 a speech, it must be an extraordinary, mind blowing, earth shattering speech. >> reporter: hillary clinton lost her cool at the end of her campaign event when a sanders supporter pressed her about campaign donations from fossil fuel companies. she is sick of the sanders campaign lying about her. lauren: thank you so much. nicole: wild weather in southern part of the country is tornadoes hit alabama, louisiana and mississippi. emergency officials say one tornado touched down in the northern part of the state and another in the central region. so far no word that anyone was hurt but a dozen homes reportedly damaged, close to the alabama state line and 2,000 homes without power.
the national weather service confirms two tornadoes touched down in southern louisiana. and the entire month, the march jobs report, solid month of gains, nonfarm payrolls increasing, 242,000 in february. and 4.9%, 8 year low. wages are expected to increase 0.2% reversing slight decline in february, "mornings with maria" has coverage of the jobs report at 8 am eastern on the foxbusiness network. nicole: we are near a big low, a 40 year low. lauren: let's get caught up on global action, we have been seeing overnight, shanghai composite index pulling out a gain of 0.2%, good manufacturing
numbers, japan's nikkei, week confidence numbers down 3.5%, the cosby down 3.1 and hong kong's hang seng down 3.3%. lauren: european stocks down 67 points, the cac in paris down 69 and the dax in germany down 162 points. nicole: us stock market futures after great month of march, dow futures down 31, s&p down 5, nasdaq down 15. lauren: oil giving up $38.08 a barrel, gold down $1 to 34 a troy ounce. nicole: marriott has won the bidding to buy starwood hotels afteinsunce oup oppe its 4 biion d. thprive eqty firm, they decided to abandon due to various market considerations. marriott's offer is $13.6 billion before being topped by on bank. the failure to complete the deal could actually reflect on future
overseas dealmaking by chinese companies. starwood shares fell 4% after pulling out of the bidding war and they include names you know such as w marriott has the ritz-carlton, courtyard by marriott. lauren: valiant pharmaceuticals, and gerri willis has more. gerri: valiant is seeking more room from lenders to stave off a potential default. the canadian drug company which has thought questions over accounting and business practices has begun seeking a deal with lenders to give it more time to file an already delayed annual report. valiant is asking lenders to okay moving the deadline for the 10k to may 31st stu. it could force valiant into
default and an additional cushion on terms. william ackman who joined the company's board earlier this month called bankers to argue valiant's case, the activist investor has been a strong advocate of the company, valiant shares are down 90% from highs of last august. one analyst, company shares are unattractive because earnings estimates are too high. any attempt to give valiant managers breathing room could be good for debtholders. valiant's business model called the rapidfire acquisition to grow but its accounting practices raised serious questions about its financial reporting. back to you guys. nicole: thank you. the federal communications commission says it is expanding the obama phone program to include web access. those eligible for the low income service can choose between a phone or internet for $9 a month.
3-numtwo along party lines. lauren: is krispy kreme giving away donuts or is this an april 1st prank? krispy kreme announced they are giving away one glazed donut to anyone who shows up today, adopted the promotion, celebrates donut harvest as tongue-in-cheek story about my winter weather leading to a great donut crop. fans were skeptical but the company assures us it is legit and production assistant brad is going to stop by krispy kreme and let us know if it is real. nicole: here is a look at those headlines at the wall street journal. fbi has ability to unlock more versions of iphones but it could take months, to actually do with newfound ability. in order to pass 150,000 within 24 hours, demand, mass-market
vehicle has outpaced, jet prices take center stage in boeing job cuts. a price role, to boeing and its big rival to airbus. lauren: activist group is putting pressure on giants like coca-cola, google and xerox to pullout of sponsorship for the republican convention. we will tell you what they are up to. the wild weather rolls through the south, the latest on tornadoes in mississippi and alabama and the weekend forecast from meteorologist maria molina. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at breaking news. ♪ you focus on making great burgers,
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lauren: let's get you caught up on what is happening now. a new foxbusiness also donald trump trailing in primary states before tuesday's primary, ted cruz leading trump by 10 percentage points. bernie sanders meeting hillary clinton on the democratic side by 48% to 43% in the race for the democratic nomination in wisconsin. tornadoes touching down in louisiana and mississippi. a dozen homes damaged, ahead of
the jobs report and opening bell, dow futures down, up 7%, great quarter up numb 1.5%, other markets down, looking at futures and nasdaq. nicole: the hostility in the campaign season has big-name companies rethinking spending money at the republican convention in cleveland this summer. adam schapiro has the details. adam: they are pressuring companies not to donate money or services to the republican national convention in cleveland. color of change is using an online petition to pressure companies like coca-cola, google, xerox and cisco. to cancel any donations and decline all services they might provide at the republican convention. all those companies and several others donated to both political
party conventions in 2012. at&t announced it is upgrading its wi-fi systems in cleveland ahead of the convention to 50,000 people expected to attend the republican gathering. the new york times donated 6 $60,000 in 2012, is only donating $70,000 this year to the republicans and democrats. color of change warns even that small amount and the service at&t is providing are too much saying any sponsorship of a trump convention would be a endorsement of his hate filled and racist rhetoric and runs counter to the values of your company. the republican convention cleveland host committee says it has raised $54 million of the 6 $54 million it needs to fund the convention and most of the money is in the bank. foxbusiness asked the trump campaign to comment about the color of change petition. they have not responded. back to you. lauren: thanks. the two presidential
front-runners hillary clinton and donald trump both have unprecedented unfavorable ratings making many voters interested in an alternative. john stossel decided to give voters a look at the libertarian candidate and hosted a libertarian presidential form. stossel asked if they were for trump or clinton and here are responses from libertarian republic founder austin peterson and antivirus software developer john mcafee. >> suppose none of you exists. you have a choice between voting for donald trump or hillary clinton. >> i would choose a nonexistent. >> you are asking me to choose between measles and a bladder infection. >> reporter: the forum moderated by john stossel will bear in two parts, tonight and next friday, april 8th at 9:00 pm eastern on the foxbusiness network. lauren: coming up, this was not
a stunt. oh man. so wrong. we will show you the video of a porsche 911 turbo going up in flames at the auto show. in sports the final four set to begin tomorrow. the nic wrapped up the gw, taking home the big title and the associated press handed out top college player and top coach awards. all that and more coming up on "fbn a.m.". checking us stock market futures, dow futures down 46, accelerated to the downside, the s&p down 7, nasdaq down 19, it is jobs day, you are watching hajj with markets and breaking news.
nicole: a porsche catching fire at the new york international auto show. the luxury sports car burst into flames in a special event hall caused by an electrical fire, workers use virex and wishes to put out the flames, no one was hurt in the incident. let's look at the latest in sports with the ncaa final four national invitation tournament wrapped up during washington won its first championship, 76-60 at madison square garden. the associated press top honors in college basketball handed out yesterday ahead of the final
four with michigan state, the ap player of the year edging out oklahoma for three votes, valentine the first spartan player to win the award coach of the year. better late than never the city of brotherly love making an apology to baseball legend jackie robinson for racism 69 years ago. jackie robinson was the first african-american major league baseball player in philadelphia city council voted to pass the resolution to apologize for the treatment he received on april 15, 1947. robinson was refused service by a hotel in the city and was taunted by the phillies manager at the time. robinson died in 1972 at the young age of 53. lauren: baseball season starts on sunday and the yankees open on monday at yankee stadium.
connoisseurs of baseball food park have plenty of items to try out. if you he a hugeppete or likeo she, hbouthe t foot-lg cheesecake topped with american cheese or cheez whiz or classic sub role costs $27 and double double is two beef burgers, onion rings, two grilled cheese sandwiches, how about the barnyard wedding, a burger topped with fried chicken cutlets and hashbrowns, barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, just a few items, very healthy at yankee stadium. nicole: you have to wash them down with a beer. extreme weather, 43 million americans in hail, pounding rain terrorizing folks from the gulf coast to the midwest. fox media urologist maria molina is here with more. >> reporter: the storm system moving eastward going to bring
severe storms, we are looking at that threat extending into the northeast and as far south as the gulf coast, damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes possible yet again in the zones we are looking at including the mid-atlantic and parts of florida, southern georgia and alabama. the other concern is we have been dealing with several rounds of thunderstorms already and we have potential for more heavy rain, expecting two to six inches of rain, big concern with flooding. behind the storm system, we have a return to cold temperatures and snow out there be. we can see snow across the northeast including new york state and pennsylvania in the latter half of the weekend. nicole: we will be right back, stay with us. when you think about success, what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student?
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april fools' day, your top stories at 6 am, new foxbusiness polls show ted cruz with a big lead over donald trump in wisconsin. on the democratic side hillary clinton trailing bernie sanders. what do the numbers mean for the state of the race? donald trump holding a surprise meeting with the rnc chairman after backing out of a pledge for the eventual nominee. trump calling the meeting productive and went on the record with greta van susteren saying he is not worried about the pledge. >> they won't get the data and tools of the rnc and run to be our nominee and tell me they won't support the party. it doesn't work that way. maria: the fbi taking the next phase of its hillary clinton investigation to the next level. agents may take polygraph tests. children riding on a bus with